Some stills from the AF101 Review plus a new Zeiss alternative to the Nokton lens
On the last stretch now just some fine tuning and the AF101 review will be finished. It’s no mean task filming and editing these reviews it’s a mini production in it’s own right but I would not do it if I did not enjoy it.
This is me being filmed by my son Scott showing me using the Glidetrack HD with the AF101. This camera is a perfect weight for using with a tracking slider like the Glidetrack HD, made up here in Scotland.
This is a still picture from the AF101 using the Voigtlander Nokton 25mm f0.95 lens, now I have some fresh information on this lens, I phoned our supplier today who told me that Cosina the company who make the Nokton lens cannot keep up with world wide demand for this lens and unless you have a pre order in with them he is not looking to see anymore Nokton lenses before the end of February.
I was rather taken aback by this news and decided to look into an alternative, amazingly for the same money as the Voigtlander lens you can get a Zeiss ZM f2 35mm lens which is almost the best glass money can buy, you also need to add the cost of a Voigtlander M bayonet to mFT adapter. I should get this lens today (Friday) so I will show you the results on the review.